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Discovering Individual Differences


Published 1953


Shows how a fifth grade teacher systematically studies the differences in background, abilities and needs of the children in her room. In this process she uses the following techniques--observation, accumulative records, behavior journals, discussion with other teachers, parent interviews and staff conferences.

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Producer McGraw-Hill
Audio/Visual sound, b&w

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Reviewer: Spuzz - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 3, 2015
Subject: No spying here
Good film about one teacher's way of finding out what makes her students tick. She seeks out these answers via personality tests, other teachers and other parents. She sounds like a sound level-headed teacher who cares about her students. Any student nowadays would be lucky to have her.
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